Windows Server 2003 install blue screen crash

I am attempting to install windows 2003 R2 standard addition on the following system currently running Windows XP.
PROCESSOR
Intel® Core™2 Duo 375W,E6550 (2.33GHz,1333Mhz FSB, 4MB L2 Cache, Dual Core)
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OPERATING SYSTEM
Genuine Windows® XP Professional, SP2 (NTFS) (+ Media) - English (32bit)
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TOWER/BASE ORIENTATION
Vertical Chassis Orientation (Minitower, W: 170,2 x H: 447.3 x D: 468.4 mm)
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BUSINESS SUPPORT
No Business Support Required
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MEMORY
4GB ( (4 x 1.0GB DIMM) 800MHZ DDR2 ECC SDRAM Memory
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GRAPHICS CARD
256MB nVidia NVS 290, Dual Monitor DVI or VGA Graphics Card (ULGA8)
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HARD DRIVE
160GB (7,200 rpm) SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive with NCQ and 8MB DataBurst Cache™
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OPTICAL DRIVE
48X CDRW/DVD
The box is a Dell  T3400.
All the specs fit the server requirments.  Does anyone have any suggestions? 
Just to summarize.  I'm booting from CD.  The drivers are copied across and when windows attempts to start the blue screen crash occurs.
Jay

Hello Customer,
Thank you for using TechNet Forum, and also many thanks for Aaron's assistance.
Please note, this forum is for General questions on Windows Server 2008. I suggest you try to post Windows Server 2003 related issue to the Windows Server 2003 Newsgroup for your best serve:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community/newsgroups/serveros/win2003.mspx
Thanks for your understanding.
Moreover, the blue screen is mostly caused by hardware or drivers incompatibility. I suggest you take a look at the following website
If the hardware appear to be on the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL): 
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/hcl/default.mspx
Thanks.
Best wishes
Morgan Che
Microsoft Online Community Support
 

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    Arg4: fffbfa8015d6a940
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    actual = 73.43359375
    RW-20013: Error: - Not enough free disk space on system:
    Temp Directory = F:\oracle\VIS\inst\apps\VIS_stccspr01\temp
    required = 1024.0
    actual = 73.43359375
    also for
    System Utilities
    command: cmd.exe /c E:\Stage12\startCD\Disk1\rapidwiz\bin\adchkutl.cmd F:\cygwin\bin F:\VC\bin
    E:\Stage12\startCD\Disk1\rapidwiz>echo off
    /cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32/cmd
    'which' command is available.
    /usr/bin/gnumake
    'gnumake' is available.
    'cl' is not available.
    ERRORCODE = 1 ERRORCODE_ENDThe system cannot find the path specified.
    which: no cl in (/usr/bin:/cygdrive/c/WINDOWS:/cygdrive/c/WINDOWS/system32)
    RW-50011: Error: - System Utilities Availability test has returned an error: 1
    Yes I do have sufficient space i.e . for E: 106 GB and F: 195 GB free space .
    Thanks
    Rahul Srivastava

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